By sticking to the variation you hold by, there is individualism.
The Cossacks stood for freedom and individualism, and central Russia would do anything to keep them from spreading their ideals.
In general, they are blessedly unclear on the concept of individualism.
A majority can never replace the individual. ... Just as a hundred fools do not make one wise man, a heroic decision is not likely to come from a hundred cowards. [Adolf Hitler, "Mein Kampf," 1933]
A view that stresses the importance and worth of each person. In economics, it is the doctrine that individuals best serve the public interest by pursuing their own self-interest. For example, the businessman who expands his company to increase his profits also creates jobs for many people and thereby serves the public interest. (See laissez-faire.)